Image Copyright: Alexey Yakolev
In the area of the town of Salekhard, a strange glowing Ball appeared in the night of the 27. October 2017. The glowing ball was also visible over a swathe of northern Siberia in the night sky.
The amazing sight was captured by leading Siberian photographer Sergey Anisimov who admitted: “The glowing ball rose from behind the trees and moved in my direction. The ball began to turn into an arc and gradually dissipated.”
Another photographer Alexey Yakolev spotted the spectacle at Strezhevoi, in the north of Tomsk region, some 840 kilometers away. There are rumors that the glowing ball was caused by the launch of a secret space rocket from Piesetsk. Information from thesiberiantimes.com
This Phenomenon is very similar to the spirals in the sky that were filmed and photographed in Australia, China and Norway and Russia. This video shows some of the most interesting light-phenomenons in the sky. https://youtu.be/-68j3N4wLL8
Nazca-lines Google Maps Plot
Erich von Däniken has already reported about the mysterious lines in Nazca (Peru) many times. Now a youtuber used Google Earth to plot the Nacza-lines over the entire globe and the finding is amazing. All the lines ploted from Nazca converge on the other side of the world in Angkor Wat (Cambodia).
Here’ s the video: https://youtu.be/8HOlxbiEurw
This kind of research is very important and, as shown in the video, everybody can find such important connections with the modern tools that we have at our disposal today. Ramar already provides a very detailed world-map and in the near future, we will implement even more research-tools. We hope that our Ramar-Website will be a valuable tool for all researchers around the world to make many more, groundbreaking discoveries.
Courtesy Carole Fritz
UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE—Ancient DNA research has revealed that Ice Age cave artists recorded a previously unknown hybrid species of bison and cattle in great detail on cave walls more than 15,000 years ago.
“Finding that a hybridization event led to a completely new species was a real surprise – as this isn’t really meant to happen in mammals,” says study leader Professor Alan Cooper, ACAD Director. “The genetic signals from the ancient bison bones were very odd, but we weren’t quite sure a species really existed – so we referred to it as the Higgs Bison.” Read more
The Arecibo radio telescope, which intercepted the signal, is the worlds largest single-aperture telescope.
A team of astrophysicists linked to the University of California, has announced this morning, that one of the radio telescopes they use to search for extraterrestrial intelligence intercepted a transmission which they believe could be a message from an alien life form. Read more